Hull’s No Place for Hate Committee (NPFH) is sponsoring a community-wide forum on How to Respond to Hateful Actions.
Tuesday, August 22 at 6:00 PM at end of Lewis Street at Nantasket Beach for a “symbolic casting of hate” into the ocean; then 7:00 PM at the Senior Center, 197A Samoset Avenue, Hull, MA 02045 for a presentation.
Hull Police will make a presentation on what they consider a hateful action needing their involvement. Then the NPFH committee will offer information from the Southern Poverty Law Foundation and other sources on some responses to hateful actions.
This should be a thought-provoking and a good discussion that will hopefully lead people to examine and flesh-out their own thoughts on the topic and to plan how each of us thinks is the best way to respond if/when we’re exposed to hateful acts or acts of bigotry and prejudice.
Hull Pride will be hosting a fun filled karaoke event Friday, March 24th starting at 6pm at Jo’s Nautical Bar, 125 Main Street, Hull MA.
Amanda Carr will be playing your choice of song to show off your talented voices. 50/50 raffle drawing at 9 pm and Hull Pride swag will be available.
Come mingle and support your local LGBTQ community.
Our 2nd Annual Find Your Valentine Fundraiser Disco Dance will be returning to the CNote on Nantasket Beach in Hull. DJs Mike Myers and Scott Helms will be returning for goodtime disco music. Join us as we continue to grow our organization!
More details and RSVP on the Facebook event page.
There are more options than just driving to Hull Pride on Saturday, June 4th. Hull is a beautiful place for walking or bicycling. Or if you’re coming from Boston, take the MBTA ferry (see here and below). It’s a cheap ride ($8.50 one way), it’s quick (25min) and its beautiful. And don’t forget to RSVP for the event.
Join the Hull Pride Committee for a “thank you” Sunday Tea Dance on April 24th from 4-7pm at Daddy’s Beach Club (280 Nantastket Avenue) in Hull. We had a great fundraiser event for our summer Gay Pride event. This is our way of saying Thanks.